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  • Newsletter 143 - February 2020
    • Seabird Group News
    • - New committee members
    • - Minutes of the 53rd AGM
    • - The 54th Annual Report
    • - Update from the ExCom
    • - Grant deadline
    • - Seabird Bulletin
    • Grant Reports
    • - Storm Petrels in Portugal
    • - Caithness Black Guillemots
    • River Tyne Kittiwakes
    • Events
  • Newsletter 142 - October 2019
    • News
    • - Puffarazzi
    • - Seabird Group AGM
    • - Research and Census Grants
    • Grant Reports
    • - Expedition SIMMER DIM 2019
    • Breeding Season Reports
    • - St Kilda
    • - Fair Isle
    • - St. Abb’s Head
    • - Staffa
    • - Staffa Puffin Survey
    • - Shetland
    • - Canna
    • - Isle of May
    • - Skomer
    • - Skokholm
    • - Bardsey and Ynys Gwylan
    • - Seaford
    • Events
  • Newsletter 141 - June 2019
    • Seabird Group News
    • Grant report
    • - Arctic Terns
    • Breeding season summaries
    • - Predation of terns
    • - Manx Shearwaters
    • News
    • - Committee on plastics
    • - Seabird bycatch
    • - Twitter conference
    • Seabird Group contacts
  • Newsletter 140 - February 2019
    • Seabirds Count Update: 2019
    • Nest incorporation of debris by seabirds
    • Biosecurity for LIFE
    • How Good is Human Waste for Gulls?
    • The possible demise of one of the UK’s most charismatic seafaring birds
    • Puffins for the pot
    • Paper review
    • Events
  • Newsletter 139 - October 2018
    • News
    • - Report: Seabird Group Conference
    • - New Executive Committee members
    • - Update: ‘Seabirds Count’ census
    • - Grant Report
    • Breeding Season Reports
    • - St. Kilda
    • - Fair Isle
    • - Shetland
    • - Canna
    • - Isle of May
    • - St. Abb’s Head
    • - Staffa
    • - Skomer
    • - Bardsey
    • - South Cumbria
    • Events
  • Newsletter 138 - June 2018
    • Seabird Group news
    • Roseate Tern LIFE Recovery Project
    • 4th World Seabird Twitter Conference
    • UK national seabird census
    • Med Gulls, Langstone Harbour
    • News
    • Event announcements
    • Update on Seaford Kittiwakes
  • Newsletter 137 - February 2018
    • Letter from the Editor
    • UK National Seabird Census:
    • - Census update
    • - Skua survey, Shetland
    • - Nests and plastic
    • Seabird Group news
    • Gannets, South Kintyre
    • Grant reports:
    • - Sooty Shearwaters, Falklands
    • - Survey of Jakarta Bay
    • - Sula Sgeir aerial survey
    • Paper review
    • Upcoming events
    • Seabird news
  • Newsletter 136 - October 2017
    • Letter from the Chair
    • Seabird Group news
    • Seabird journal
    • Storm Petrels in South Kintyre
    • Resighting Shags
    • UK breeding season summaries
    • Paper Reviews
    • 3rd World Seabird Conference
    • Grant report: Tropicbirds, Caribbean
    • UK National Census: Sula Sgeir
    • UK National Census: Cape Wrath
  • Newsletter 135 - June 2017
    • News
    • Roseate Terns in NE Atlantic
    • Protect a penguin
    • Cormorant mortality in Wales
    • Paper reviews
    • Seabird Group grants
    • 3rd World Seabird Twitter Conference
    • Biosecurity on the Scillies
    • Bass Rock aerial photos
  • Newsletter 134 - February 2017
    • News
    • Seabird Group grants
    • BES Annual Meeting – report
    • Biosecurity of seabird islands
    • Seabirds and plastic
    • Paper reviews
    • Upcoming conferences
    • Overland passage of Northern Gannets,
    • South Argyll
  • Newsletter 133 - October 2016
    • 13th Seabird Group Conference
    • 9th International Penguin Congress
    • Is handling stressful for nestlings?
    • Seabird Group grants
    • Seabird restoration on Ramsey
    • UK breeding season summaries
    • Colonsay’s Kittiwakes
    • News
    • Paper review
    • East Caithness SPA census
    • 51st AGM minutes
  • Newsletter 132 - June 2016
    • Using drones to monitor seabirds
    • Grant report – Monteiro’s Storm-petrels
    • News
    • Skokholm Seabird Report
    • New Editor of Seabird
    • Paper reviews
    • 13th Seabird Group Conference
    • Call for census proposals
    • Stories from Gough Island
  • Newsletter 131 - February 2016
    • Intro from the new Chair
    • 13th Seabird Group conference
    • ‘Seabirds Count’ update
    • Seabird Editor
    • Grant reports
    • - Puzzling out the identification of the Common/Mew Gull complex
    • - Survey of breeding terns, Rye Bay
    • WSC2 reports
    • Plastic pollution
    • Early Career member activities
    • News
    • Paper reviews
    • Isles of Scilly rat eradications
    • Upcoming conferences
    • 50th AGM minutes
  • Newsletter 130 - October 2015
    • Seabird Group AGM 2015
    • WSC2
    • Bryan Nelson
    • News
    • 2015 Breeding Season
    • Paper Reviews
    • Troup Head
    • Upcoming Conferences
  • Newsletter 129 - June 2015
    • Message from the Chairman
    • Global online seabird community
    • Seeing Stormies in the dark
    • Shetland Tystie census
    • Runde seabird seminar
    • Conservation news
    • Research at Aberdeen
    • Flannan Isles’ Puffins
    • Paper reviews
    • Tyne Kittiwakes
  • Newsletter 128 - February 2015
    • Tracking Cormorants
    • Message from the Chairman
    • Membership update
    • The future of bio-logging
    • Seabird 28
    • Shetland’s Kittiwakes
    • RSPB sandeel workshop
    • Paper Reviews
    • Conservation News
    • Baltic Seabird Project
    • UK Beached Bird Survey 2014
    • AGM minutes
    • Conferences and courses
  • Newsletter 127 - October 2014
    • Breeding Season News
    • - Isle of May breeding season 2014
    • - Shetland (excluding Fair Isle)
    • - Fair Isle seabird summary 2014
    • Message from the Chairman
    • Seabird Group Grants
    • - Scare Rocks Gannet survey
    • Early Career Profiles
    • Conservation News
    • Leucistic puffins on the Shiants
    • Seabird Group News
    • Conference News
    • Seabird Group AGM
  • Newsletter 126 - June 2014
    • Conference News
    • Grant report
    • - The success of a small East Anglian colony of Kittiwakes may be
    • due to a diet supplemented by Clupeids
    • Breeding Season News
    • - Orkney mainland seabird breeding summary 2013
    • Request for colony photos
    • Early Career Profiles
    • Conservation News
    • Orkney Seabird Heritage
    • The Gull’s Friend
    • Seabird Group Grants
  • Newsletter 125 - February 2014
    • Research News
    • Seabird wreck
    • Beached Bird Survey 2013
    • Breeding Season News
    • Conservation News
    • Paper Reviews
    • Seabird Journal
    • New Ex-Comm members
    • Seabird Group Conference
    • Seabird Group AGM
  • Newsletter 124 - October 2013
    • Research News
    • - the great Puffin wreck of March 2013
    • Breeding Season News
    • - Shetland (excluding Fair Isle)
    • - Lundy
    • - Isle of May
    • Scottish MPAs Consultation
    • Seabird Group Conference
    • Seabird Group AGM
    • Constitution
    • Seabird Group Grants
    • Correction
    • Membership Form
    • Gift Aid Form
  • Newsletter 123 - June 2013
    • Conservation News
    • - seabirds and PIB – a sticky killer
    • - Tyne Kittiwakes Partnership
    • Grant Reports
    • - North Rona and Sula Sgeir in 2012
    • - A survey of Leach’s Storm-Petrels on Shetland in 2011
    • Paper Reviews
    • Book Announcement
    • Breeding Season News
    • - Fair Isle’s seabirds in 2012
    • - Shiant Isles 2012
    • Seabird Group Grants
    • Conferences
    • Seabird Group News
  • Newsletter 122 - February 2013
    • Breeding Season News
    • - Seabirds in Orkney – 2012
    • Obituary
    • Grant report
    • Paper Reviews
    • Conservation News
    • - Isles of Scilly seabird recovery project gets green light
    • - Birds washed up on south coast of England
    • - Atlantic Sooty Tern distribution
    • - Ascension Island Frigatebird egg hatches
    • Research News
    • - New method developed to study parasite numbers in wild seabirds
    • Beached Bird Survey
    • Mystery Shearwater
    • Conferences
    • Seabird Group AGM & Accounts
  • Newsletter 121 - October 2012
    • Breeding Season News
    • - Isle of May
    • - Shetland (excluding Fair Isle)
    • - Leach’s Petrels nest in artificial burrows on St Kilda
    • Seabird Wreck
    • Call for Specimens
    • Taxonomic Revisions
    • Conservation News
    • Conferences
    • Seabird Group News
  • Newsletter 120 - June 2012
    • Conservation News
    • - Kittiwake declines
    • - Seabirds and MPAs - update
    • - Marine conservation zones in England & Wales
    • Research News
    • - Global seabird populations review
    • Breeding Season News
    • - Shetland’s Shags in trouble?
    • - River Tyne Kittiwake breeding in North East England: official attitudes at some sites in the Newcastle-Gateshead area
    • - Fair Isle breeding season - 2011
    • Paper Review
    • Seabird Group News
    • Conferences
  • Newsletter 119 - February 2012
    • Research News
    • - Food for thought: studying foraging to protect seabirds at sea
    • - A novel projection technique to identify important at-sea areas for seabird conservation
    • Conservation News
    • - Hundreds of auks killed in St Ives gill net fishery
    • - Fair Isle proposes marine protected area
    • - Caribbean seabird study
    • Breeding Season News
    • - Razorbill pair successfully fledges Guillemot chick
    • - Orkney summary 2011
    • - Shiant Islands : 26th June - 10th July 2011
    • Book Review
    • Seawatch News
    • Behaviour
    • - Herring Gull catching and eating live bats
    • Conferences
    • Beached Bird Survey 2011
    • Seabird Group News
  • Newsletter 118 - October 2011
    • Conferences
    • Conservation News
    • - MPSs for seabirds around the uk – a call for support
    • - New recommendations for reducing seabird bycatch
    • Request for specimens
    • Breeding Season News
    • - Isle of May 2011
    • - Shetland (excluding Fair Isle) 2011
    • Paper reviews
    • Letter to editor
    • Seabird Group News
  • Newsletter 117 - June 2011
    • Breeding Season News
    • - Early seabird breeding season
    • Research News
    • - Ramsey and Grassholm Islands
    • - Mousa Storm Petrels
    • Conservation News
    • - Be prepared! drift blocks at the ready!
    • - The distribution of the Bermuda Petrel (Pterodroma cahow)
    • Seawatch News
    • Marine Policy
    • Scotland Marine Atlas
    • Obituaries
    • Paper reviews
    • Conferences
    • Seabird Group News
  • Newsletter 116 - February 2011
    • Research News
    • - Kittiwakes trans-atlantic odyssey linked to breeding success
    • - Ythan Sandwich Terns
    • Conservation News
    • - Supporters rally to save urope’s rarest seabird
    • - The magnificent seven....rat free Fijan Islands
    • Request for Specimens
    • Breeding Season News
    • - Orkney 2010
    • DVD Reviews
    • Paper Reviews
    • Looking For Maximus!
    • Conferences
    • Correction
    • Seabird Group News
  • Newsletter 115 - October 2010
    • Conferences and Meetings
    • Seabird Monitoring Programme News
    • Research News
    • - Future of the Atlantic Marine Environment Project
    • - Keep an eye out for colour-dyed Manx Shearwaters!
    • - UK’s oldest Arctic tern discovered
    • Seabird Group Grant Report
    • - Arctic Skua colour ringing
    • Breeding Season News
    • - 2010 UK Breeding Season
    • - The Guildhall Kittiwake nesting site, River Tyne, northeast England
    • - Shetland (excluding Fair Isle)
    • Seawatching News
    • Book Reviews
    • Obituary
    • Newsletters
    • Letters to Editor
    • Seabird Group News
  • Newsletter 113 - February 2010
    • Research news
    • - Wintering areas of Atlantic Puffins
    • - National Beached Bird Survey 2009
    • - Kittiwake longevity record for Norway
    • Seabird Monitoring Programme
    • Conservation News
    • - The status of the Balearic Shearwater
    • - Ascension
    • - UK marine and coastal access bill
    • - Call to protect European seabirds
    • - Marine IBA inventory published in Spain
    • - WWF smartgear competition
    • Museum collection special
    • - Seabirds, oilspills and museum collections
    • - Great Auk remains discovered at Hunterian Museum
    • Conferences and Meetings
    • Seabird Group News
  • Newsletter 112 - October 2009
    • Conservation News
    • - Increased protection for Scotland’s seabirds
    • - Marine Bill progress
    • - Marine important bird areas
    • - Fiji Petrel located at sea
    • Research News
    • - Renewables and new methodologies for seabird monitoring and impact assessments
    • - Oldest Puffin in the UK found
    • 2009 UK breeding season news
    • - Isle of May
    • - Ailsa Craig
    • - North East Scotland
    • - North Rona
    • - Shetland (excluding Fair Isle)
    • - Alderney/Burhou, Channel Islands
    • - Orkney
    • 2009 Irish breeding season news
    • Seabirding trips
    • Seabird Group grant report
    • - St Kilda
    • Job vacancies
    • For sale
    • Conference News
    • Correction
    • Seabird Group news
  • Newsletter 111 - June 2009
    • Seabird Group conference
    • Conservation News
    • - New UK marine body
    • - Seabirds in the red
    • - Decline in Scotland’s seabirds
    • - Bermuda Petrel translocation success
    • - US fisheries to protect Arctic regions and Albatrosses
    • - Fisheries and seabird interactions
    • Research News
    • - OBIS-SEAMAP - a spatially and temporally interactive marine megavertabgrates archive
    • 2008 Breeding season news
    • - Skomer Island
    • Fair Isle appeal
    • Bird report review
    • Seawatching news
    • Seabird group grant report
    • Letter to the editor
    • Seabird Group news
    • Minutes of 43rd AGM
  • Newsletter 110 - Februrary 2009
    • Conservation News
    • - Breaking News: Fulmar wreck in SE North Sea
    • - Death at Filey Bay
    • - Conserving Patagonia’s marine riches
    • - mice bring tristan albatross closer to extinction
    • - Fujian birdwatchers take Chines Crested Tern message to schools
    • Research News
    • - Details of Manx Shearwater migration revealed
    • - Sex specific food provisioning in the Common Guillemot
    • - Britain’s oldest Razorill
    • Beached Bird Survey News
    • 2008 Breeding Season News
    • - Shiants Isles
    • - North East Scotland
    • - Forth Islands
    • Grant report
    • Conferences and meetings
    • Letters to the editor
    • Seabird Group News
  • Newsletter 103 - October 2006
    • Seabird Group conference special
    • Conservation News
    • - Invasive aliens on Craigleith
    • - Canna rat eradication programme
    • - Review of urban gulls and their management in Scotland
    • - US establishes the northwest Hawaiian Islands marine national monument
    • Research News
    • - The SEAPOP programme: a milestone for the mapping and monitoring of seabirds in Norway
    • - Sanday Storm Petrel in Sweden
    • - Sooty Shearwater migration study
    • 2006 UK Breeding Season News
    • - St Kilda
    • - Isle of May
    • - Shetland (excluding Fair Isle)
    • - Fair Isle
    • Journal reviews
    • Paper reviews
    • Conferences and workshops
    • Seabird Group News
    • AGM announcement
  • Newsletter 102 - June 2006
    • Conservation News
    • Research News
    • Grant Report
    • Journal Reviews
    • Paper Reviews
    • Requests for Information
    • Conferences and Workshops
    • News from Other Groups
    • Seabird Group News
  • Newsletter 101 - October 2005 & February 2006
    • Conservation News
    • Breeding Season Updates
    • Seabird Group Grant Report
    • Requests for Information
    • Rarities Records
    • Book Review
    • Conferences and Workshops
    • News from Other Groups
    • Seabird Group News
  • Newsletter 100 - June 2005
    • Wintering seabirds in the Canaries
    • 2005 breeding season (latest news)
    • - Isle of May
    • - SOTEAG on Shetland
    • - More from Shetland
    • - Foula
    • - Fair Isle
    • - Republic of Ireland
    • Oiling in the Northern Isles
    • News & ‘bits’
    • Marine Ornithology
    • Le Courrier de la Nature 2000)
    • Group news (40th AGM)
  • Newsletter 99 - February 2005
    • Seawatching database proposal
    • Razorbill demography in Canada
    • Tysties in the Clyde sealochs
    • Conference announcements
    • Group News
    • - 39th AGM report
    • - Next AGM
    • - Grants awarded
    • - Group web pages
    • Group e-mail forum
  • Newsletter 98 - October 2004
    • Seabird summary 2004
    • Record tern success in W Scotland
    • Gannetry survey 2004
    • Magellanic Diving Petrel Biometrics
    • Sea-watching off Madeira
    • Seabird mortality in S Moray
    • NW Scotland seabird wreck 2004
    • Reviews and ‘bits’
    • Scopoli’s Shearwater off Britain
    • Group news and contacts
  • Newsletter 97 - June 2004
    • International Conference
    • Foraging of Shags
    • Recent Seabird Group grants
    • Gannets and the sandeel fishing ban
    • Journal reviews and ‘bits’
    • Artwork for sale
    • Shearwater conference announcement
    • Stop Press! 2004 breeding season
    • Next (39th) Seabird Group AGM
    • Editorial & Group news
  • Newsletter 96 - February 2004
    • Group grant-aided projects
    • - Skuas on Handa
    • - Petrels in the Azores
    • - Starling predation on tern eggs
    • Fair Isle breeding season 2003
    • Concern for Tynemouth Fulmars
    • A new gannetry for the UK
    • News of Marine Ornithology
    • Guillemot tick project 2003-2006
    • Seabird ringing in the Forth
    • Update on SEABIRD 2000
    • Seabird Group news and Conference
  • Newsletter 95 - October 2003
    • 2003 Breeding season round-up
    • - Isle of May
    • - Canna
    • - Skomer
    • - Shetland
    • Bay of Biscay pelagics
    • North Carolina pelagics
    • Argentinian seabirds/fisheries workshop
    • Reviews & ‘bits’
    • Group news
  • Newsletter 94 - June 2003
    • Seabird ringing special II
    • - Ringing in Caithness
    • Ringing off Northumberland
    • Seabird research on the Farne Islands
    • Shetland winter beached-bird survey
    • Shetland breeding season 2003
    • Pomarine Skuas off Shetland
    • Sooty Tern research findings
    • Conference announcements
    • - 7th Effects of Oil on Wildlife
    • - Tricolor spill impacts
    • Next Seabird Group Conference
    • Seabird Group grants 2003
    • Group news
  • Newsletter 93 - February 2003
    • Little Auks in Spitzbergen
    • Tysties in Northern Ireland in 2002
    • SEABIRD 2000 progress
    • Dead seabirds available
    • Fair Isle breeding season 2002
    • Seabird Ringing Special Part I
    • - Sule Skerry
    • - Treshnish Isles
    • Journal reviews & ‘bits’
    • Chris Mead 1940-2003
    • The Prestige oil spill
    • Impact of the spill on British & Irish auks
    • The Tricolor oil spill
    • Seabird Group news
    • 37th Annual Report
    • - Next AGM and conference
  • Newsletter 92 - October 2002
    • Fulmars and marine litter
    • Seabird Group grant-aided projects (2002)
    • Gloucester gull colony count
    • Forth islands gull count
    • Little auks on Svalbard
    • Round-up of the 2002 breeding season
    • - Shetland
    • - Isle of May
    • - Skomer
    • - Foula
    • Greater rears Common Gull chicks
    • Weights of rehabilitated Guillemots
    • Journal reviews & ‘bits’
    • Seabird Group AGM announcement
    • Group news
  • Newsletter 91 - June 2002
    • New Zealand seabird trip report
    • Book review – Common Guillemots
    • Book review – Greenland’s wildlife
    • Seaduck Specialist Group meeting report
    • The Roosta Resolution on Common Eiders
    • Two new seabird longevity records
    • The BTO Migration Atlas
    • Penguin research
    • Booby hitches a free ride
    • Group news
  • Newsletter 90 - February 2002
    • Satellite tracking feature - Gannets
    • Satellite tracking feature – Rockhoppers
    • Satellite tracking feature – Fishery discards
    • More information on satellite tracking
    • Kittiwakes on the Tyne Bridge
    • Another rehabilitated Guillemot success
    • Large accidental catch of Gannets
    • Threats to Greenland’s wildlife
    • Puffin food loads
    • Unusual Bonxie recovery
    • Penguin conservation around the world
    • Balearic Shearwaters at risk
    • Journal Reviews & ‘Bits’
    • SEABIRD 2000 update
    • Group News
  • Newsletter 89 - October 2001
    • Threats to Greenland’s wildlife
    • Seychelles Sooty Tern Project
    • Ammonia emissions by seabirds
    • Frigatebirds on Ascension Island
    • Gannets in the Mediterranean
    • Poor breeding season in Scotland
    • Journal Reviews & ‘Bits’
    • Editorial, Group News & AGM
  • Newsletter 88 - June 2001
    • Penguins in the Treasure oil spill
    • Black Guillemots in Wales
    • Sabine’s Gulls in Canada
    • New Albatross and Petrel Agreement
    • Brazilian Oil Spill
    • Oman Bird List (review)
    • Bob Chesney (A Tribute)
    • Black Guillemots in Ireland
    • Journal Reviews & ‘Bits’
    • Counting Tysties on Ebb Tides
    • ‘The Petrels’ – Errata & Corrigenda
    • Editorial & Group News
  • Newsletter 87 - February 2001
    • Leucistic Cormorants
    • Genetic study of Guillemots
    • 6th Mediterranean Seabird Symposium
    • Manx Shearwater Workshop
    • Ronald Lockley obituary
    • Waves and birds’ nests
    • Darvic rings and Sooty Terns
    • SEABIRD 2000 update
    • Journal reviews & ‘bits’
    • QuickTide
    • 35th Annual Report
    • Fisher Archive
    • A new book on albatrosses
    • Colour-flagged Antarctic Terns
    • Recent threats to seabirds
    • Editorial & Group news
  • Newsletter 86 - October 2000
    • Seabird 2000
    • Newfoundland conference report
    • Shetland storm
    • Oil slick spy in the sky
    • Skomer seabirds 2000
    • Guillemot ring-recovery database
    • Fisher Archive
    • Journal reviews & ‘bits’
    • The Mink menace
    • 6th Med. Seabird Symp.
    • Editorial
    • Group news
  • Newsletter 85 - June 2OOO
    • Wilhelmshaven conference
    • Mink and seabirds
    • Tysties in Shetland
    • Journal reviews
    • Eika update
    • Editorial
    • Group news
  • Newsletter 84 - February 2000
    • Erika spill
    • Seabird Group conference
    • Bonn Convention
    • BTO Migration Atlas
    • Manx shearwater meeting
    • The Great Auk
    • The future of Marine Ornithology
    • From Marine Ornithology
    • From Pacific Seabirds
    • From Seevogel
    • From BirdLife in Europe
    • From World Birdwatch
    • From WWF Arctic Bulletin
    • From Penguin Conservation
    • From Sea Swallow
    • Information request on dogs
    • Treasurers Report and accounts enclosed
  • Newsletter 83 - September 1999
    • Weather affecting seabirds in Shetland
    • Editorial
    • Seabird Group conference
    • Seabird Group leaflet
    • Seabird Group AGM
    • Executive Committee posts
    • Oiled seabird rehabilitation
    • Bird survey techniques
    • From Sula
    • From Medmaravis Newsletter
    • From Seevogel
    • Birds of the Channel doormat
    • News from BirdLife
    • From World Birdwatch
    • From WWF Arctic Bulletin
    • Treshnish auk ringing group report
    • Operation Seafarer records
    • Letter to the editor
    • Seabird Group conference announcement
  • Newsletter 82 - May 1999
    • Launch of Seabird 2000
    • Seabird Group conference 2000
    • Atlantic Seabirds
    • Seabirds and longlines
    • Newell’s shearwaters
    • Caspian terns
    • Oil spill in Wadden Sea
    • Kittiwakes nesting offshore
    • Crazy Ants
    • Albatross conference
    • Arctic seabird bycatch conference
    • Dry cleaning for seabirds?
    • News from RNBWS
    • Waterbird Society
    • From Marine Ornithology
    • From World Birdwatch
    • From Penguin Conservation
    • From WWF Arctic Bulletin
    • News from GISOM
    • From Medmaravis Newsletter
    • Missing member
    • Sponsor a threatened seabird
    • 1998 Annual Report
    • Seabird Group Committee members
  • Newsletter 81 - November 1998
    • FAO Agreement on long-lines
    • Roseate tern news
    • Late breeding storm petrels
    • Bycatch of short-tailed albatross
    • Caribbean birds and rockets
    • Caspian tern colony threatened
    • Studies on Foula 1998
    • Seabirds and lice
    • Dead guillemots required
    • Pacific Seabird Group annual meeting
    • Fourth international penguin conference
    • From World Birdwatch
    • From Penguin Conservation
    • From Sea Swallow
    • From WWF Arctic Bulletin
    • Announcement of Seabird Group AGM
  • Newsletter 80 - August 1998
    • Mink predation hits roseate terns
    • A new method of measuring gull production
    • Seabird 2000 co-ordinator
    • Seabirds at Sea in the south-west Atlantic
    • Reducing by-catch in line fisheries
    • Great auk book
    • Atlantic Seabirds
    • Sula
    • Las aves marinas de España y Portugal
    • From Pacific Seabirds
    • From Colonial Waterbirds
    • From CWS Newsletter
    • From GISOM Newsletter
    • From Medmaravis News
    • From Birding Scotland
    • From Seevögel
    • From BirdLife in Europe
    • From World Birdwatch
    • From Penguin Conservation
    • From WWF Arctic Bulletin
    • Mediterranean gull
    • 32nd annual report
  • Newsletter 79 - March 1997
    • Seabird 2000 starts
    • Seabird/Sula merger
    • Survival of rehabilitated guillemots
    • From Sula
    • Sanda, 1997
    • From Colonial Waterbirds
    • From Pacific Seabirds
    • Pacific Seabird Group annual meeting
    • From Penguin Conservation
    • BirdLife International
    • From BirdLife in Europe
    • From World Birdwatch
    • From Butlettí del Grup Català d’Anellament
    • Mink and Seabirds in 1997
    • From WWF Arctic Bulletin
    • Medmaravis Conference
    • Colour ring sightings
    • Kittiwakes with crossed bills
    • Seabird ringing on the Firth of Forth
    • French seabird census
  • Newsletter 78 - September 1997
    • New Seabird Group journal?
    • Oiled birds on Dutch shores
    • Alaska seabird monitoring report
    • Rats on Handa
    • Seabirds off South Portugal
    • Seabirds on Foula, 1997
    • Pacific Seabird Group meeting
    • Alaska seabird wreck
    • Procellariiforme bibliography
    • IOC Seabird symposium
    • From World Birdwatch
    • Conference proceedings
    • Seabird Group AGM
    • Seabird Group conference, 2000
  • Newsletter 77 - March 1997
    • Record-breaking tern
    • Search for Jamaica petrel
    • East Caithness seabird report
    • IUCN longlining resolution
    • More on carcass stores
    • Cormorant/sawbill studies
    • Great northern divers
    • Cats, rats, people and seabirds in Azores
    • South African oilspills
    • Oiseaux de la mer de la Manche
    • Bill goes to Portland
    • New newsletter
    • From WWF Arctic Bulletin
    • From Circumpolar Seabird Bulletin
    • From Pacific Seabirds
    • From Sula
    • Effects of oil on wildlife
    • Seabird Group grants, 1998
  • Newsletter 76 - March 1996
    • Successful Seabird Group Symposium
    • Forage fish symposium
    • 1996 breeding season in Britain
    • Comments on survival of cleaned birds
    • Keeping corpses
    • Bodies to bones
    • Effects of oil on wildlife proceedings
    • Roseate terns
    • From Pacific Seabirds
    • News from BirdLife
    • From WWF Arctic Bulletin
    • From Australasian Seabird Group
    • 31st Annual Report
  • Newsletter 75 - September 1996
    • BirdLife International seabird project
    • 1996 Beached Bird Survey
    • Seabird studies on Foula, 1996
    • Method to deploy longlines underwater
    • Material from cormorants wanted
    • From:
    • - Sula
    • - Colonial Waterbirds
    • - Wader Study Group Bulletin
    • - GISOM
    • - RNBWS
    • - CWS Bulletin
    • - Penguin Conservation
    • - WWF Arctic Bulletin
    • Annual meeting of CSWG
    • Medmaravis
    • Australasian Seabird Group
    • World Birdwatch
    • Begian Ringing Atlas
    • Ringed great blacked-backed gulls
  • Newsletter 74 - April 1996
    • Another major oil spill
    • Waved albatrosses at risk
    • Seabird numbers and breeding success
    • Survey of Libyan coast
    • From:
    • - Australasian Seabird Group Newsletter
    • - Marine Ornithology
    • - Colonial Waterbirds
    • - Sula
    • - Seevögel
    • - World Birdwatch
    • - Penguin Conservation
    • - WWF Arctic Bulletin
    • Priorities for Marine Protected Areas
    • BirdLife International
    • New editorial address
    • Spare NCC/JNCC reports